Hotel am Braunen Hirsch

Munzstrasse 9c, Celle, Lower Saxony, 29223, Germany | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Celle

End of Germany

A travel blog entry by bmenke

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... was but from the what I saw it looked like very solid ruins from an old church.

We had a relaxing day walking the city. There is nothing big and touristy, but I wanted to see the city of my ancestors. It was quite lovely. We spent a little time at a bar hanging out with people from our hostel talking about our respective homelands just learning. It was a good time.
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Coming Home.

A travel blog entry by vinceandmonica

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A last video of candid moments from the last 15 months…what an adventure it has been!

We are counting down the days until November 24 and our arrival in Pella. We have thoroughly embraced our time here in Germany, but we are anxious to be "home for the holidays" and to see our sons, our friends and family. Auf Wiedersehen! ...

Hanover and surrounding areas we visited

A travel blog entry by dgart

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... Our visit on October 23 included an old church with a Martin Luther statue, underground mall and train station.


After a nine mile ride to Anterten(?) - we stopped and had lunch at the biergarten.

Our beautiful old farmhouse -- guest house --- located in town of Ingeln


We took a drive down the autobahn on our ...

Tank Museum

A travel blog entry by kimokini_travel

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... since almost all of the cars and campers in Europe are fairly new. As we passed a few more, we noticed a string of red lights hanging from the rear view mirrors. Mmmmmm. Then we say the name on the side of one of the campers, Sexy Lady. Need I say more??? The museum was really worth the detour. Probably the best tank museum we've been to. There must have been close to 100 tanks. German, American, English and Russian. Everything ...

An Unforgettable Day

A travel blog entry by britanne

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... army liberated the camp in April of 1945, they converted the camp into a displacement persons camp. Since there was so much disease in the camp, they couldn't just let them all go into society. Plus I don't think a lot of them would have gotten far due to their condition. The British army sent in extra help and supplies for food, clothes, and medication. When the soldiers arrived there were 10,00 unburied dead bodies and 13,000 people died within three months ...

Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Munzstrasse 9c, Celle, is near Herzog Palace (Herzogschloss), Bomann Museum, and Golf Club Herzogstadt Celle e.V..
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